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Ship Island reopens following Hurricane Zeta cleanup

Gulf Islands National Seashore has completed storm damage assessments and all facilities (dock, pier, boardwalk, restrooms, pavilions, snack bar, and Fort Massachusetts) on Ship...

Deadline approaching for FEMA Zeta disaster help

If you suffered Hurricane Zeta damage, a major deadline for disaster assistance is quickly approaching. The deadline to apply for FEMA Zeta disaster assistance is...

Zeta grant funds available for distribution through Salvation Army

Hurricane Zeta caused great damage to our community and the Salvation Army has acquired a grant to provide relief to those affected. The grant money...

Two weeks left to apply for Hurricane Zeta disaster relief

The deadline for Mississippians to apply for federal disaster assistance is March 1st, 2021. Victims in George, Greene, Hancock, Harrison, Jackson, and Stone counties can...

More Than $12.5 million in disaster relief approved for Mississippi so far

The Small Business Administration has approved more than $12.5 million in low interest loans to help Mississippians recovering from Hurricane Zeta. These are latest numbers...

FEMA Zeta Disaster Assistance update

Thousands of home owners, renters, and business owners in South Mississippi are getting some much needed help to make repairs and rebound from Hurricane...

Over 2,000 individuals and households approved for FEMA Disaster Assistance so far

More than 2,000 individuals and households in Mississippi have been approved for FEMA Disaster Assistance to help with Hurricane Zeta damage. According to FEMA, as...

Hurricane Zeta damage still evident in South Mississippi

It’s been just over three months since Hurricane Zeta made landfall, wreaking havoc in South Mississippi and beyond. Chances are if you just look around,...

Officials: FEMA grants won’t affect other disaster benefits Mississippians may receive

BILOXI, Miss. (WXXV) – Applying for federal disaster assistance from FEMA will not affect other federal benefits that Mississippi disaster survivors may receive. Officials with...

Debris reporting deadline in Gulfport is January 20th

The debris contractor Crowder Gulf will soon be completing their second pass to remove debris caused by Hurricane Zeta within Gulfport city limits. Anyone who...

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04/09 Ryan’s “Second Stormy Start” Friday Night Forecast

We have a "moderate" (level 4 of 5) severe threat inching into South MS during the overnight hours, leading to a stormy start to another day this week.
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04/09 – Brantly’s “Severe Threat Tonight” Friday Afternoon Forecast

Scattered thunderstorms will be possible across the area through much of the day today, with the best chances along the coast. An active weather...

Attendance is on the Upswing at Popular Gulfport Attraction

It was a little rainy throughout parts of South Mississippi Friday, but that didn't dampen the enthusiasm of locals and visitors alike visiting one...

South Mississippi Allergy Doctor Weighs in on Spring Allergy Season and New State Law Set to Go Into Effect

The rain gave allergy sufferers at least a small measure of relief Friday, but we're not out of the woods yet when it comes...